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Seg fault due to "attempted clean up" ?

From: John W. Eaton
Subject: Seg fault due to "attempted clean up" ?
Date: Fri, 9 Apr 1999 09:46:40 -0500 (CDT)

On  9-Apr-1999, Jose L Gomez Dans <address@hidden> wrote:

| To: address@hidden
| Cc: address@hidden
| Subject: Seg fault due to "attempted clean up" ?
| Bug report for Octave configured for i386-pc-linux-gnu
| Description:
| -----------
|       After using octave for a long time, I'm not able to start it anymore.
| Last time, I was using plplot to plot graphs, and did a rather hasty exit,
| which I blame for the actual behaviour.

I doubt that this is the real cause of the problem that you are

|       The problem is that octave seg faults. See the repeat by bit to see
| the whole story.
| Repeat-By:
| ---------
| $octave
| GNU Octave, version 
| [snip][snip]
| error: Segmentation fault -- stopping myself...
| error: attempted clean up apparently failed -- aborting
| Aborted
| $

In all cases like this that I have seen so far, the problem is that
the C and C++ system libraries are not compatible with each other, or
they are not compatible with the versions that Octave was linked
against.  Did you recently upgrade your C or C++ libraries?


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